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Guatemala - Huehuetenango Rio Azul
Varietal: Typica, Bourbon, Caturra
Process: Full washed/ Wet
Attitude: 1200 – 1600 mals
Cup notes: Bright cup with hazelnut, crisp berry and floral note. Dark chocolate , stone fruit
Freshly roasted by @darkscoffeeroasters
Coop Rio Azul
Membership: approximately 200 members (46 women members)
Region: Jacaltenango (city), Huehuetenango (department), Guatemala
Annual Production: approximately 160,000 pounds of green coffee
FLO certified:1992, Organic Cert: 2005
Diversification: bee-keeping that produces around 15,000 lbs of honey
Local Language: Jacaltec (Mayan descendants); often called Popti
Harvest season: May-June
Varietals: Arabica - Typica, Bourbon, Caturra
Located in the remote western Guatemala town of Jacaltenango, Coop Rio Azul is a 200 member cooperative. Founded in 1967, the cooperative has a long history of producing some of the best coffee exported under the famed “Huehuetenango” mark.
The members of Rio Azul all live no more than a 1.5 hour walk to the wet mill in Jacaltenango. This allows the cooperative complete control over several stages of the quality process. Coffee is picked by members until early afternoon and then delivered in cherry form to the mill each day beginning around 3 pm. All coffee is depulped, fermented, washed and dried at the coop's mill. Adjacent to the mill is a warehouse and office - capable of storing about 500 sacks of pergamino. Once a container quantity of pergamino is accumulated, a transfer to the exporter's warehouse in the city of Huehuetenango (4 hours away) is organized. This coffee is then transferred to Guatemala City for final processing and export preparation in an organic dry mill.
The altitude of the plots farmed by members of Rio Azul ranges from 1,200 meters to 1,600 meters. All of the production will be graded SHB (strictly hard bean), the best grade available, due to the careful attention given in the central processing facility and the excellent conditions for growing coffee in this area. They have a production of about 18 "quintal" per hectare.
7 bags, Net wt. 10g